Brodetsky gives its pupils a taste of the great outdoors

Posted on July 22, 2010

Local councillors and residents visited Leeds’ Brodetsky Jewish Primary to officially open three new building projects. A specially constructed nature teaching area known as the Outdoor School was dedicated to Sam Gitlic by his family, who had funded the £10,000 facility in his memory. Mr Gitlic came to Britain as a refugee on the Kindertransport, aged 13. He was taken under the wing of the Lawrence family of Leeds.

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